|Go for Broke - Dore Schary|
The story of Japanese-American soldiers who fought in Europe during World War II.
Keywords: War; Drama; Racism; Nisei; Japanese American
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|BITE319 - Boggs|
day after the death of KIM and what showed up on Twitter and a story about a parade in Honolulu
Keywords: Letterman; KIM; Korea; parade; Japanese-American; WWII; Twitter
|The Dispossession of the American Indian - And Other Key Issues in American History - Dwight D. Murphey|
From Murphy's website(http://dwightmurphey-collectedwritings.info/): The Dispossession of the American Indian â And Other Key Issues in American History, published in Washington, D.C., by Scott-Townsend Publishers in 1995. The chapters are reprints of articles that appeared in the Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies and/or Conservative Review. The chapter here on âLynching: History and Analysisâ had been published as an article, but also constituted the first two parts of Murphe...
Keywords: Native Americans; Japanese-American internment; Kent State; Hollywood Blacklist
|LA Miyako Inn - gregoryd|
Pan from the window of my hotel room at the Miyako Inn downtown LA in Little Tokyo district.
Keywords: pan from window Miyako LA little tokyo Japanese American National Museum
|Mixing Japan and America|
Anime is becoming a part of American culture. Anime is being translated and aired on the network, and some American cartoons have been incoporated with styles unique to Anime. This is an example of mixing Japanese and American cultures together.
Keywords: one piece cartoon japan america japanese american culture mixing mix mixture
|George "Sulu" Takei: A Voyage from Shame to Pride - John L. Quinlan|
In this 4/25/06 Forward Forum interview, George Takei--aka Hikaru Sulu from the original Star Trek series--discusses the journey he took from guilt and shame to pride and self-acceptance in his Japanese-American and gay identities. During WW II, from ages 5 to 8, Takei and his family were forced to live in internment camps. In October 2005, Takei began publicly discussing his 19 year relationship with partner Brad Altman, as a means of advancing understandings about the need for full legal recog...
Keywords: gay rights; gay marriage; Star Trek; Takei, George; Sulu; coming out; discrimination; racism; homophobia; Japanese-American; internment camps
|Insight: "From a Silk Cocoon"|
A new documentary tells the story of a young Japanese-American couple interned during World War II who renounce their US citizenship and move to Japan. The makers of "From a Silk Cocoon" talk about the couple’s story, and the trauma of war. Also on today's show: animal behavior expert Temple Grandin. How her autism gives her insight into the minds of animals is the subject of her new best-selling book, "Animals in Translation." Guests Dr...
Keywords: Documentary; Japanese-American interned; World War II; From A Silk Cocoon; animal behavior; Temple Grandin; autism; Animals in Translation; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Manzanar pilgrimage / Women's Empowerment / Summer fuel|
Manzanar pilgrimage - A recent pilgrimage to Manzanar, a World War Two internment camp, included members of Sacramento's Japanese American and Muslim communities. Today on Insight, you'll meet some of the pilgrims and they'll tell you why they went. Women's Empowerment - How do you help women and their children out of homelessness? Women's Empowerment is a Sacramento organization that does just that through an eight-week program that provides job training and placement, as well as health screeni...
Keywords: Manzanar; internment camp; Japanese American; Muslim; Women's Empowerment; women; homelessness; fuel; summer fuel mix; winter fuel mix; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Art, competence and citywide cooperation for San Francisco : oral history transcript / and related material, 1974-1980 - Asawa, Ruth|
Keywords: San Francisco (Calif.). Art Commission; Women artists -- California; Japanese -- California Biography; Art -- Study and teaching California; Architects -- California; Japanese American women -- California
|surreal, so real [EP] - Joseph Yoshimasu Kamiya|
This demo/EP can best be described as a collection of "ambient rock" soundtracks. Though sonically diverse in style and tone, all seven songs express the dualities of dreams vs. reality, serenity vs. discordance, and the moments when those balances become threatened. Beyond "surreal, so real," each storyline marks the beginning of an open-ended concept album whose characters, plots, and musical genres will transform based on creative fluidity...
Keywords: music; dark ambient; ambient rock; post-rock; instrumental; soundtrack; soundscape; electronic; ambient electronica; atmospheric; moody; cinematic; nightmare; horror; suspense; noir; okinawa; okinawan; uchina; uchinanchu; sanshin; okinawa shamisen; japanese american; unsigned; diy; d.i.y; independent; home recording
|Insight: Reno Air Races Wrap Up / Salmon Fishing / Internment Camp Baseball / CAVE Women|
Reno Air Races Wrap Up - A year after the crash that killed 10 spectators at the Reno Air Races, family members of one victim -all four of whom lost part of their right leg- are returning to the event. Reno Gazette-Journal Reporter Martha Bellisle has been speaking with relatives of a woman killed by the falling P-51 Mustang about the family's recovery in the year following the crash. Salmon Fishing - Fisherman and fisheries experts expect this year's fall salmon run to be the best in a decade...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Reno air races wrap-up; Martha Bellisle, reporter, Reno Gazette-Journal; salmon fishing and fisheries; California salmon; baseball in Japanese internment camps; Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra; Diamonds in the Rough; American Pastime; Kerry Yo Nakagawa, producer, films on the legacy of Japanese-American baseball; CAVE Women
|The Army-Navy Screen Magazine 45 - United States. Army Signal Corps’ Army Pictorial Service|
The Army-Navy Screen Magazine Number 45 (partial), 1945 01 Japanese Americans: short film about Japanese-American participation in the war. The Army-Navy Screen Magazine was produced by the U.S. Army Signal Corps Pictorial Service, under the supervision of Col. Frank Capra, who came up with the idea. It was released twice a month and shown to military troops as a 20-minute newsreel."By the end of the war, the Army-Navy Screen Magazine reached an enormous weekly audience of 4.2 million...
Keywords: The Army-Navy Screen Magazine; World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Japanese American; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 34th; United States. -- Army -- Regimental Combat Team, 442nd; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Battalion, 100th; Clark, Mark W. (Mark Wayne), 1896-1984; World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Italy; World War, 1939-1945; Nisei; WWII; World War II; Silver Star Medal (U.S.)
|Insight: Deon Taylor / "The Cats of Mirikitani" / Young Artists|
Deon Taylor - Sacramento resident Deon Taylor tells you about making horror films and reality television shows in his Northern California studio. "The Cats of Mirikitani" - Northern California Time of Remembrance is hosting a screening this weekend of an award-winning documentary about Jimmy Mirikitani, a Japanese-American man born in Sacramento who survived the trauma of the WW II internment camps, Hiroshima, and homelessness by creating art...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Deon Taylor; film; reality television; The Cats of Mirikitani; Northern California Time of Remembrance; Jimmy Mirikitani; Hiroshima; art; internment camps; Japanese-American; Mondavi Center Young Artists Competition; pianist; Kevin Sun; baritone; Michael Reinhard
|Infowars Nightly News With Alex Jones for Thursday, December 8, 2011 - NDAA, Fast and Furious, Gun Control, John Corzine, Desecrated Corpses|
On the Thursday, December 8 edition of Infowars Nightly News, Alex talks with the Japanese American Citizens League's National Executive Director Floyd Mori about the National Defense Authorization Act and the possibility of rounding up Americans for internment. Alex also covers other important news, including: Documents revealing how the government's Fast and Furious operation was designed to demonize firearms and set the stage for a additional regulations and the ultimate rollback of the Secon...
Keywords: Thursday; December 8; Infowars Nightly News; Alex Jones; Alex Jones Show; PrisonPlanet.tv; Japanese American Citizens League; National Executive Director; Floyd Mori; National Defense Authorization Act; NDAA; internment; indefinite detention; Fast and Furious; firearms; gun control; Second Amendment; Obama administration; Justice Department; gun-walking; gun running; right to buy firearms; Former Goldman Sachs CEO; New Jersey governor; MF Global boss; John Corzine; congressional committee; $1.2 billion; C-Span; the Pentagon; Afghanistan; Iraq; desecrate